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January 18, 2016


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I guess. His commentary on the current election cycle seems so bloodless and neutral in contrast to Stewart, who kept protesting that he wasn't political, when he clearly was. His comments on the SOTU were personal, but just weird (Obama as dictator for life)

I also think that Stewart was a stronger node and built a better following in opposition to the Bush Administration before the proliferation of Twitter and Facebook, so Noah may be struggling more, because focus is more diffuse, and is just harder to sell under a liberal presidency than not.

I agree with that. I think he's a better comedian than Stewart, and his "lost in America" schtick hasn't gotten old yet.

But that's analyzing; all I can say is that I'm laughing more, but the interviews really are terrible and I note them dodging the most topical material.

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